[TriEmbed] Fwd: Introductions and IEEE Extreme Planning

R Radford rradford at mindspring.com
Wed Oct 9 15:30:01 CDT 2019


NCSU is looking for proctors to sign up for 4 hour shifts to monitor the 24
hour Xtreme programming competition on October 18-19. Unfortunately it does
require you to be an IEEE member to sign up, so this does not apply to many
on these lists, but hoping someone sees this and is willing to help. They
currently have no one for the 4am - 8am shift (I just grabbed the midnight
- 4am shift), and only one person each of the other 4 shifts.

This is a great way to help out a good cause, and looks like it may be
fun... is anyone else interested in helping out?

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From: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers <
ieeestudentbranch at ncsu.edu>
Date: Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 3:51 PM
Subject: Re: Introductions and IEEE Extreme Planning
To: Rodney Radford <rodney.radford.us at ieee.org>
Cc: Matthias Horrer <mhorrer at ieee.org>, Adithya Balaji <abalaji2 at ncsu.edu>,
Dr. Bob Evans <rjevans at ncsu.edu>, Surya Makthal <smaktha at ncsu.edu>, Preston
Fitzgerald <preston.fitzgerald at gmail.com>


Hi Rodney,

Thanks for the quick response, and we appreciate you signing up! There is
nothing in particular that you need to prepare for the event, as far as we
know.

We currently only have one proctor for each shift, except for 4am-8am.
Although we are only offering the gift certificates for the night shifts,
we would love any support you may be able to find for any of the other
shifts as well. Just want to reiterate, that we will have food available
for all shifts.

Thanks again for helping us out with this!

*Adithya Balaji and Surya Makthal*
N.C. State University
Co-Chairs, IEEE Student Branch
ᐧ

On Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 3:45 PM Rodney Radford <rodney.radford.us at ieee.org>
wrote:

> I just signed up for the midnight - 4am shift and look forward to it. Is
> there anything I need to do to prepare for the event?
>
> Also, how many proctors are you needing for the midnight-4am shift and
> 4am-8am shift?  I will reach out personally to a few people to see if I can
> convince a few more to help out.
>
>
> On Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 3:37 PM Institute of Electrical and Electronics
> Engineers <ieeestudentbranch at ncsu.edu> wrote:
>
>> Dear Rodney,
>>
>> Just wanted to touch base with you one more time as we come closer to the
>> date of Xtreme, *October 18th/19th*. We are still in need of proctors
>> for all of the listed times, but particularly the night shifts:
>>
>>    - 12-4am
>>    - 4am-8am
>>
>> We think this would be an awesome outreach opportunity to get to meet
>> some of NC State's top students. We are also more than happy to help
>> sweeten the deal. We will be offering a *$50 gift certificate *for each
>> of the night shifts, in addition to the provided meals throughout the
>> event. The link to the form has been included here again for your
>> convenience: https://forms.gle/ur7BhwLwAFgmZA1E7
>>
>> Hope you can pass this along to anyone who might be interested to help us
>> put on this event.
>>
>> *Adithya Balaji and Surya Makthal*
>> N.C. State University
>> Co-Chairs, IEEE Student Branch
>>>>
>> On Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 9:06 PM Institute of Electrical and Electronics
>> Engineers <ieeestudentbranch at ncsu.edu> wrote:
>>
>>> That's great to hear, Rodney! If you are available, please fill out this
>>> Google Form so that we can best accommodate you:
>>> https://forms.gle/F2HnDP3JjFSjMadh8
>>>
>>> As for the three proctors - they are new proctors who have registered
>>> for this year, although are not sure when they registered. It seems Xtreme
>>> has implemented a system where proctors can register directly with a
>>> university through this website
>>> <https://ieeextreme.org/proctor-eligibility-and-requirements/>. We're
>>> currently checking with them to see if they're still interested.
>>>>>>
>>> On Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 2:41 PM Rodney Radford <
>>> rodney.radford.us at ieee.org> wrote:
>>>
>>>> I am interested in helping, and hope to be able to register this year
>>>> (need to verify schedule with my wife to make sure no other obligations
>>>> already scheduled).
>>>>
>>>> However, I am curious what you mean by the following statement:
>>>>
>>>> "We have heard that ENCS is willing to help, and we are aware of three
>>>> proctors who have registered for our university. We wanted to confirm that
>>>> these proctors are from ENCS and are still willing to help out."
>>>>
>>>> What proctors are you asking about for ENCS - those who helped last
>>>> year, or ones for this year?
>>>>
>>>> On Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 2:37 PM Institute of Electrical and Electronics
>>>> Engineers <ieeestudentbranch at ncsu.edu> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hi Matt,
>>>>>
>>>>> My name is Surya Makthal, and I serve as Co-Chair along with Adithya.
>>>>> Thank you for you response! We'd be happy to share details for the
>>>>> newsletter.
>>>>>
>>>>> At the moment, our student branch is looking for proctors who would be
>>>>> interested in helping out with IEEEXtreme here at NC State. We have heard
>>>>> that ENCS is willing to help, and we are aware of three proctors who have
>>>>> registered for our university. We wanted to confirm that these proctors are
>>>>> from ENCS and are still willing to help out. Additionally, we wanted to
>>>>> extend this proctoring opportunity to anyone else who may be interested.
>>>>> Here is a link to a Google Form that interested members may use to get in
>>>>> contact with us: https://forms.gle/F2HnDP3JjFSjMadh8
>>>>>
>>>>> We greatly appreciate the continuous support from the ENCS section!
>>>>> Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> *Surya Makthal*
>>>>> N.C. State University (2021)
>>>>> BS, Computer Engineering
>>>>> BS, Electrical Engineering
>>>>> President, IEEE Student Branch
>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>> On Fri, Sep 27, 2019 at 7:58 PM MH <matt543cl at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi Adithya,
>>>>>> good to hear the continuation of th4e NCSU student chapter.
>>>>>> Since you are the chair, please send your picture and contact
>>>>>> information to Preston. He will update you web page (
>>>>>> https://r3.ieee.org/encs/)
>>>>>> If you have details on IEEEXtreme, please write them up as a news
>>>>>> article to our newsletter and send it also to Preston.
>>>>>> We plan to issue a newsletter in about 2 weeks.
>>>>>> You are welcome to check out our events and attend the next ExCom in
>>>>>> November. ExCom is mostly administrative in nature and gives an insight
>>>>>> into the section activities.
>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>> Matt
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 9/26/2019 21:24, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi Rodney,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Just wanted to reach out and introduce myself, my name is Adithya
>>>>>> Balaji and I am the current Co-Chair for the NC State IEEE student chapter.
>>>>>> Along with Surya Makthal, my Co-Chair, we're looking forward to working
>>>>>> closely with ENCS for the upcoming SouthEastCon convention as well as other
>>>>>> events throughout the year.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Speaking of, through our advisor, Dr. Evans, we came to be aware that
>>>>>> ENCS was interested in helping out with our efforts to organize the
>>>>>> upcoming IEEEXtreme 13.0 event that we will be hosting at NC State. We
>>>>>> noticed that there are some proctors already registered for the event (and
>>>>>> that's fantastic!) but we just wanted to reach out to begin the process of
>>>>>> looping all interested people in to help plan a successful event.
>>>>>> Appreciate your help to clarify anything from your end on how ENCS wants to
>>>>>> get involved besides contributing proctors.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Best regards,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> *Adithya Balaji*
>>>>>> N.C. State University (2020)
>>>>>> BS, Computer Engineering
>>>>>> BS, Electrical Engineering
>>>>>> University Honors Program
>>>>>> Chief Business Officer, Liquid Rocketry Lab
>>>>>> President, FIRST Robotics Alumni Assc.
>>>>>> President, IEEE Student Branch
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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